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Inhibition of sphingolipid biosynthesis by fumonisins. Implications for diseases associated with Fusarium moniliforme.
Nomenclatural realignment of Neotyphodium species with genus Epichloë
Nomenclatural rule changes in the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi and plants, adopted at the 18th International Botanical Congress in Melbourne, Australia, in 2011, provide for a…
Effect of the Tall Fescue Endophyte on Plant Response to Environmental Stress
There are positive benefits derived from association of an endophyte with tall fescue resulting in growth stimulation, improved survival, and drought tolerance to the host plant that could be important in plant competition.
Molecular phylogeny of Acremonium and its taxonomic implications.
Maximum parsimony and neighborjoin- ing analyses were performed using partial sequences of the nuclear small subunit ribosomal DNA (18S rDNA) to eliminate some of the heterogeneity within Acremonium while also emphasizing the unique biological, morpholog- ical, and ecological characteristics of the grass.
Fungal endophyte-infected grasses: Alkaloid accumulation and aphid response
The occurrence of the alkaloidsN-formyl andN-acetyl loline, peramine, lolitrem B, and ergovaline and the response of aphids to plants containing these compounds were determined in species and…
An Overview of Endophytic Microbes: Endophytism Defined
Production of fusaric acid by Fusarium species
- C. Bacon, J. Porter, W. P. Norred, J. Leslie
- Medicine, BiologyApplied and environmental microbiology
- 1 November 1996
Fusaric acid is a mycotoxin with low to moderate toxicity, which is of concern since it might be synergistic with other cooccurring mycotoxins, and is frequently found in grain, where Fusarium spp.
Clavicipitaceous endophytes: Their ability to enhance resistance of grasses to multiple stresses
Toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue and range grasses: historic perspectives.
- C. Bacon
- Biology, MedicineJournal of animal science
- 1 April 1995
A historic profile of endophyte-induced tall fescue toxicosis is presented and important papers leading to the revelations that endophytic fungi and their grass hosts are ecologically significant and that most should be considered mutualistic symbioses are reviewed.